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Let's go! AirAsia launches PISO sale until Feb. 25

By Camille Santiago Published Feb 19, 2024 9:24 am

Want to fly to Seoul but on a budget? How about seeing the fall foliage this November in Tokyo? We have the answer for you. Budget airline AirAsia has launched a seven-day Piso Sale for domestic and international flights.

Starting Feb. 19 until 25, you can score flights to these destinations and more with a base fare of P1!

The seat sale is being offered on flights from Manila, Clark, and Cebu, and it covers areas like Bacolod, Boracay, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Kalibo, Puerto Princesa, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, or Roxas City.

Flights from Cebu to Caticlan or Puerto Princesa are priced at P102, while Cebu to Davao is at P301.

Those wanting to visit Kaohsiung, Kota Kinabalu, Guangzhou, Shanghai, or Shenzhen from Manila may enjoy the P1 base fare. But other international flights to cities like Macao, Taipei, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Osaka, Seoul, and Tokyo start from P711 to P2,711.

Cebu also flies to Seoul with a base fare of P2,991, while flights from Clark service to Hong Kong and Seoul, for P2,991 and P2,811, respectively.

The ticket price is inclusive of 7kg hand-carry baggage but does not include taxes and other fees. However, you can enjoy the convenience of a dedicated check-in counter and bring more hand-carry baggage of up to 14kg when you avail of the Fast Pass at 20% off.

The travel dates are from Sept. 1, 2024 to Jun 18, 2025.

Haven't decided on which destination to go to next? You might be interested to know that Thailand now offers medical insurance to tourists, which covers expenses up to 500,000 baht ($14,000) and pays compensation of up to one million baht in case of death under the new scheme. The new Thailand Traveller Safety scheme began on January 1 and will run until August 31.

Or if you're headed to Korea, travelers to Myeong-dong, the busiest shopping district in Seoul, can soon use their credit cards to pay for street food.